April 21, 2022

2022 NHS Induction Ceremony

On April 8, National Honor Society was proud to welcome its newest members. It was an evening of fun and accomplishment for the incoming juniors and sophomores. We are incredibly proud of our inductees and their dedication in acquiring hours of community service and their devotion to maintaining the highest level of academic excellence!

  1. Lilyana Balderas
  2. Keaton Barbisch
  3. Lindsey Brashier
  4. Jackson Broussard
  5. Megan Cater
  6. Ethan Edwards
  7. Lydia Gwyn
  8. Kiran Harper
  9. Ben Hensley
  10. Bethany Janz
  11. Brody Johnson
  12. Matthew LeForce
  13. Bria Lloyd
  14. Miles Martin
  15. Addie McLain
  16. Drew Mestayer
  17. Marko Micic
  18. Macy Murray
  19. Robby Mynes
  20. Isabella Navarro
  21. Sarah Olenick
  22. Andrew Owen
  23. Claire Petru
  24. Makena Pham
  25. Kynsie Ramirez
  26. Jacob Rauch
  27. Annika Sandhu
  28. Verena Shatby
  29. Will Simcik
  30. Alex Slabic
  31. Anna Smith
  32. Emersyn Smith
  33. Riley Stephens
  34. Brayden Stovall
  35. Sophia Swanton
  36. Ashleigh Townsend
  37. Mariana Van Dyk
  38. Thomas Walsh
  39. Luke Wisenbaker
  40. Owen Witschonke
  41. Camille Zemke

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